Recent figures from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board show that gross terminal revenues generated from slot machine gaming at the state's racetrack casinos in 2009 was 8.17 percent higher on race days than non-race days, increasing from $695,059 to $751,855. The figures also show that the total amount of purses paid to winning horses increased by 214 percent from 2006 to 2009 and race days have increase 32 percent from 756 race days in 2006 to 999 race days in 2009. In addition, the total amount wagered on Pennsylvania horseracing through simulcast wagering in other states increased by 41 percent.